Roundtable on Environmental Management and the On-Reserve ‘Regulatory Gap’

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This summary of the third event of IOG's TANAGA (Towards a New Aboriginal Governance Agenda) rountable series outlines the session's presentations and discussions on the topic of environmental management and the regulatory 'gap' in First Nations. The evening focused on regulatory and legal structures currently existing on reserve as well as possible options for addressing this complex issue.

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Institute on Governance

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